CTARS & OOHC
A tailored solution for out-of-home care providers
Across Australia, there continues to be increasing demands on out-of-home care providers to evolve their level of service delivery to achieve meaningful outcomes for the young people they support. The core aims, however remain simple; to reduce the number of young people in contact with the care sector, to decrease the length of time that young people spend in temporary and group-home settings, to ensure young people have access to safe and nurturing environments, and to provide young people with long term placements that foster their well being and prepare them for the future.
CTARS provides organisations and providers of all sizes with purpose-built tools needed to make the critical work that takes place much easier and helps you achieve the goals for those in your care. Whether you provide full time residential care, drop-in support, respite care, or family contact supervision and support, CTARS has a suite of features that have been designed to track, monitor, and showcase the invaluable work that you do.
OOHC software features
Guided incident templates support staff to complete incident reports consistently and in structured ways that allow you to analyse and draw insights into behaviours. Similar to how our NDIS plan management software functions for incidents, reporting and notifications ensure you have the most up-to-date information as it becomes available to your organisation.
With an increasing focus on the outcomes and progress for young people, offering meaningful change and genuine engagement has never been more important for maintaining and supporting young people in care. CTARS provides rich goal tracking and achievement features that enable you to capture feedback, measure risk, monitor progress, and run reports to help you advocate for those you’re supporting.
Charting and reporting
Decision making for young people deserves to be supported by evidence and observations. Pull together insights around observations, achievements, risks, and incidents. CTARS reporting tools allow organisations to showcase the critical information to support decision making for the best outcomes of young people.
Behaviour and wellbeing monitoring
With an increasing focus on the outcomes and progress of young people, offering meaningful change and genuine engagement has never been more important for maintaining and supporting young people in care. CTARS provides the ability to track participant engagement with their day-to-day services to enable you to measure risk, monitor progress, and run reports to help you advocate for those you’re supporting.
Capture medication treatment plans, see which medications are due each shift, record sign offs and missed medications, and receive notifications for any medications that are missed. Medication management ensures all young people are supported to receive any required treatments at the right time.
Custom forms and reports
Organisations have access to our form library to capture the information best suited to your programs. With our Form Builder, users can adjust existing templates to meet your needs, or create new forms from scratch. With digital data collection, information can be stored safely and securely, and reported on whenever you need.